Gif-tastic Timemorphosis: 133 Kent Avenue Then and Now
We came across a March 1929 picture of the little Federal-style house at the northeast corner of North 6th, and couldn't resist throwing it in the Pixelicious Timeshiftator, which uses animated GIF technology - originally developed by 15-year-old girls to create cool MySpace icons - to show how the location has (or amazingly hasn't) changed in the past 78 years.
Notice the fire alarm box on the corner remains today. There appears to be a restaurant operating in the first floor of 131 Kent Avenue at left (the shingle reads either "Lounge" or "Lunch" - maybe a predecessor of George's from the mid-1950s?). And the wall of the building at right appears to have a huge advertisement painted on it (H.O. Oats?).